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June 20, 1986 - Image 95

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-06-20

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MONUMENTS BY

BE
URBACH

RG AND

FINE MONUMENTS
SINCE 1910

13405 CAPITAL at Coolidge
OAK PARK LI 4-2212
Next to Stanley Steamer

AVID JOSEPHSON, former
etroiter of Los Angeles, Calif.,
ed June 14. Survived by Fae
ohen; a son, Richard F.; a
aughter, Mrs. Paul (Trina)
toyer of Santa Cruz, Calif.; two
rothers, Oscar of Oak Park and
of M. of Palm Springs, Calif.;
pie sisters, Caroline Fleischman,
rs. Frank (Sylvia) Bernstein,
rs. Sol (Naomi) Hiller, Mrs.
Robert (Shirley) Bean, all of
California, and Mrs. Jack (Bea)
anchester of Southfield; one
anddaughter, nieces, nephews,
andnieces, grandnephews and
great-grand/nephew.

ORLEY BERNARD KATZ,
7, of Royal Oak, died June 16.
urvived by a son, Jeffrey How-
rd; a daughter, Michelle; his
other, Bessie Katz; and a sister,
s. Paul (Sally) Polsky.

AMUEL NATHAN LEVINE,
8, of Southfield, died June 11.
urvived by a son, Gilbert; a
aughter, Mrs. Julius (Phyllis)
iegel; a brother, Max; a sister,
rs. Emmeline Willis of Califor-
ia; six grandsons and eight
eat-grandchildren.

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COMPANY

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UTH OLEN, 77, died June 14.
leaves two daughters, Mrs.
obert (Linda) Ruby and Mrs.
-onard (Marlene) Reider of San
rancisco, Calif.; a brother,
win Berman; and six grand-
hildren.

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VA R. RAVITZ, 67, of Oak

ark, died June 11. Survived by a

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abah (Janet) Meir; a brother,
orris Arnowitz; a sister, Mrs.
illian Holtzman of Marietta,
a.; and three grandchildren.

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LTON ROSS, 51, of Oak
ark, died June 11. Survived by
s wife, Arleen; three sons,
harles, Gershon and David; two
others, Herbert L. of Port
ichey, Fla., and Theodore R. of
kokie, Ill.; and two sisters, Mrs.
ack (Florence) Keys and Mrs.
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AM SOLOMON, 88, died June
4. He leaves his wife, Rae; three
ins, Irwin, Lawrence and
harles of Indianapolis, Ind.;
iree sisters, Mrs. Herman
'label) Dezen of Sherman Oaks,
alif.; Mrs. Cele Supowits of Los
ngeles, Calif., and Mrs.
eanette Friedman of Arleta,
71if.; and ten grandchildren.

ADIE WIENER, former De-
1 loiter

of South San Gabriel,
alif., died June 13. Survived by
o sons, Lawrence J. of Far-
*ngton Hills and Alan of South
n Gabriel; a daughter, Dr. Ros-
,, of South Pasadena, Calif.;
Tee sisters, Mrs. Molly Spert-
i I ?r of West Virginia, Mrs. Peggy
tmon of Southfield and Mrs.
ilnan (Barbara) Mellen of
lithfield; seven grandchildren
LA three great-grandchildren.

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